FROM Laura Moy
Congress votes to repeal online privacy laws Photo by portal gda Most Americans don't have a choice about their Internet provider, which has a monopoly in their neighborhood. Starting last year, they did have the option to tell their provider not to take their most intimate information and sell it to the highest bidder. Now, if President Trump signs a bill passed by both house of Congress, that option to deny permission will disappear. Laura Moy is deputy director of the Center of Privacy and Technology at Georgetown University's Law Center.
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